"Two cute romps"
A Rosey Little Christmas by Bonnie Tucker. In
Pegleg, Texas, local tax collectors embezzling cash is a
tradition. However, Rosey O'Leary and Daniel Sullivan soon
learn how far tradition goes when they find out they are
paying taxes on the same property. Both claim ownership,
but Rosey loves Mandelay while Dan pictures tearing it down
and replacing it with the American dream home. When Rosey
meets Dan, the legal fight competes with the growing
attraction between the two individuals who should have been
antagonists. Ignoring the underlying premise in an age of
web-based data bases will lead readers to an entertaining
gender battle that is fought between the lead characters
and within each one's soul.
Jingle Bell Bride by Jennifer LaBrecque.
Delia "Dilly" Fitzgerald jilts her fiancÚ Richard Barr with
less than ten minutes before she walks down the aisle when
she learns her daddy traded his prize bull's semen for this
marriage. A crying Dilly asks her limousine driver, Mick
MacDougal, substituting for his brother whose wife went
into labor, to take her away from this farce.
Surprisingly, the surrogate driver and the runaway bride
are attracted to one another, but what will happen when she
learns he is a rancher who could use bull semen? This tale
is an amusing often-wacky romantic romp that will leave
readers thinking they read a dilly of a story.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 9, 2001